Business continuity and disaster planning have recently gained more importance than ever. Previously, that meant planning ahead for network outages that could leave employees unable to access work-critical applications, or boosting security measures to prevent cyberattacks. In most cases, businesses were preparing for a single isolated incident that would last for a limited amount of time.
Then a global pandemic hit, forcing companies to quickly reinvent their business models, shift to remote work, and find new ways to operate under stay-at-home orders while trying to minimize disruption. It’s safe to say that these days, business continuity looks and feels a little different and a lot more uncertain.
Experts at SAP Concur and TransferMate have come together to share tips on business continuity planning and help you understand how you can disaster-proof your business for the future. We’ve also included a helpful template that you can copy and customize.